Speaker: Scott Lueck
Tuesday, March 14th
Hybrid Meeting (register to receive details)
In-person: 5:30 PM
Presentation: 6:00 PM
In late 2020, Scott’s Information Architecture Management (IAM) team conducted a Boeing Global Services (BGS) wide architectural spike across over 30 separate Product data quality projects of similar and overlapping scope. The architectural spike performed a root cause and use case analysis finding all the projects struggled due to a the data management capabilities. Secondly, project teams lacked a lot of the same data; moreover, this common data was required for the strategic business objectives. Over the last 2 years, the BGS Common Data Model (CDM) has become previously missing keystone for a model-based transitional architecture. Digital transformation requires end-to-end business transformation, and the BGS CDM enables governed ‘Digital Thread’ data requirements for data integration and quality management. The CDM incrementally unlocks substantial BGS customer business value through improved data culture, data quality and information value.
Scott Lueck is an information architect, information systems engineer & Boeing Associate Technical Fellow (ATF).
For over 20 years, Scott’s work has been digitally transforming Departments of Transportation (D0T), Large-scale Civil Engineering, Jeppesen Aviation and now Boeing’s Global Supply Chain. Scott has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering, a Master’s degree in Geospatial Information Engineering, a technical certificate from Stanford University in Virtual Design & Construction and has been certified as a Scaled Agile Product Manger Product Owner (PMPO).
Scott currently provides architectural vision and strategy for Boeing Global Services’ Digital Aviation Solutions (DAS) Data Office and leads the BGS Supply Chain Data Insights & Governance (DI&G) team.
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